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2007 ION-2 Quad Coupe
Default Re: Missing Sway Bar

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Originally Posted by WrightMan View Post
So when I bought this car a few months ago the front sway bar link was broken which I replaced and I was checking out my exhaust and noticed the rear sway bar is not there. I am fairly certain I have the level 2 given the sunroof, CD Changer, and other items but the gauges are not white like the 3. Given what I have seen on here it should have a rear sway bar right? I am planning on getting either the ST or maybe a ZZP bar any thoughts on just doing the rear?
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A rear sway bar was not factory-installed on any of the Delta platform cars (Ion, Cobalt, G5) including the high performance Ion Red Line/Cobalt SS models. These cars have a torsion beam rear suspension so the rear end is already fairly solid. I wouldn't think that adding a rear sway bar would help much, but the folks on the Cobalt forums highly recommend installing one for better handling.

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